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June 14th, 2007 #1
"Painter" Sketches, paintings, and projects. Warning: yeah there is some nudity
Here are some Painter IX projects, sketches, and paintings I've been working on. Most of these are not finished (or just quick ideas) - just posting to post and share. Hope you enjoy - as always - crits are welcome
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Simply Beautiful. Finish up those roughs!
June 18th, 2007 #3
Just wanted to show my activity - added a quick sketch/idea - also wanted to post again from some submits from last week.
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Very nice and original work! Maybe you could practise more on the lightning and shading though. I also see some little mistakes in the anatomy, keep practicing and learning!
Keep up the good work.
June 18th, 2007 #5
Like the Geisha alot, something about its simplicity really grabs me. I agree about the anatomy, some things are wonky here and there. Keep studying.
June 18th, 2007 #6
Thanks Renegade_1 - Glad you like the Geisha
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June 18th, 2007 #7
Thanks for the input DeJakhalz
July 12th, 2007 #8
I can't seem to get my arse in gear to go back and finish anything right now - just keep pushing forward - here is another painter / sketch (unfinished of course) - It's in the works -
July 15th, 2007 #9
Just some Pencil Work I have been doing on the side - One's of Roger Waters (don't ask - it was a good picture with shadows) - Another of some vodka add or something - some lady in an add and one of my Tree People projects.
July 18th, 2007 #10
Sketch to Painter IX project (Process)
Thought I would show my process when I have a pencil sketch idea and bring it into painter (building process)
*just started of course
*now if I can only finish it
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July 19th, 2007 #11
Hello! Welcome to the forum.
You have a good start, though seem to have a little more confidence in pencil than you do in Painter. Don't let that discourage you from using it, though! I'm fairly new to the program myself (seriously trying to learn it for maybe 9 months?) and I figure out something new every time I open it.
Your photo referenced drawings are very strong as well, but be careful with anatomy, particularly when using foreshortening. Also, if you are drawing from your head, have reference photos for textures/positions/etc at hand, so if something looks wonky you can fix it. This will greatly help you with some of your other pieces.
Above all, don't be afraid to ask for a critique... and HAVE FUN!
July 19th, 2007 #12
Thanks for the crits and tips - yeah - pencil is home Although some of my pencil work is actually done in painter - I can't seem to bridge the gap between painting and drawing. I want that damn brush in my hand
I agree - painter is awesome and I find the same thing about learning something new everytime you open it - That program is a godsend. Nothing like smacking a painting down without mixing and breaking out the mineral spirits
Thanks for the foreshortening tip - yeah - I need to get more pictures for reference / positioning - it's one of my weak points - and I really need to do some anatomy training again. (art school was looong ago) Hands, feet, body balance, all that good stuff needs to be revisited.
*I checked out your sketchbook - very cool - you got mad skills - and I really dig the photoshop/painter stuff - you got a great style - love the faces - strong building techniques and I really loved the angles. Great stuff! *Good imagination too! Very refreshing
Thanks again for crits - I'll have to keep an eye on your stuff and hope to have more posted for you to check out soon as well
July 19th, 2007 #13
www.gettyimages.com It's all stock photography, but I find it extremely useful (if you can get over the sometimes inconvenient watermarks)... much better than Google images!!